What is Mill?
It is your shiny new Java/Scala build tool. It aims for simplicity by re-using concepts you are already familiar with, borrowing ideas from modern tools like Bazel, to let you build your projects in a way that's simple, fast, and predictable.
Mill is a tool in the Java Build Tools category of a tech stack.
Docker, Java, Scala, Windows, and Arch Linux are some of the popular tools that integrate with Mill. Here's a list of all 7 tools that integrate with Mill.
- Works with scala
Mill Alternatives & Comparisons
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